WE HAVE OVER 250 POTTERY PIECES TO CHOOSE FROM – JUST WALK IN!

Painting pottery is easy, fun and memorable. Friends, moms, dads, kids and grandparents come to The Art Garage to create fun art and lasting memories. A personalized, hand painted pottery art piece makes a wonderful gift and our glazes are food safe so no worries for use at home. Whether you are an experienced artist, or haven’t ever picked up a paint brush, you can easily create something special at The Art Garage!

The Art Garage is not your average paint your own pottery studio and not just because we offer so much more than pottery. Our inventory changes all the time and there are always new pottery pieces to paint from season to season. Come see what we have cooking at The Art Garage today and paint some pottery Austin!

HOW DOES PAINTING POTTERY WORK?

  • Choose your pottery, and your paint
  • Pay only for the piece– NO studio fee!
  • We clear coat and fire the pottery
  • Your project will be ready for pick-up within the week!

PAINT YOUR OWN PARTY!

Looking for an organized Paint your Own Pottery event? The Art Garage is also a great place for a party, a special occasion or event. Individuals can create their own unique items while having a lot of fun catching up with friends or celebrating something special with each other.

This is a perfect outing for moms’ groups, scout troops, birthdays, and any special occasion. Best of all, each party guest gets their own personalized keepsake of the event. Just give us a call if you have an event you want to set up with 6 or more and we can take care of you.

We also have a selection of children’s Pottery Painting Parties ready to choose from. Click here to see what we have and to reserve your date!

GLASS FACTS

Glass is fired in the kiln for about 8 hours at temperatures up to 1800 degrees.
The glass melts, and then slowly cools, which joins the cut glass into one solid, fused piece.
3-dimensional pieces, like dishes and lamps, are then placed in a second kiln firing over or into a mold. This is what gives the glass its form.